These will result in improved cognitive development leading to higher learning and educational attainment, thereby increasing productivity and wages, which will translate to a higher gross domestic product.
Month: August 2018
“They evaded all the substantial issues we have raised right from the very beginning.”
FERDINAND “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., then an outgoing senator, ran for the vice-presidency in 2016. He has refused to concede defeat to Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo and is contesting her victory before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET). Well-known are his far from secret ambitions for the presidency of the Republic, to which his winning…
The Supreme Court warned that data under a national ID system’s “vast reservoir of personal constitutes a covert invitation to misuse, a temptation that may be just too great for some of our authorities to resist.”
“Although expected, we are still appalled at how the BI just technically resolved the issue.”
By DEE AYROSO
“Academic freedom is less a matter of individual preference than the power and duty of a collective to defend human lives against killing machines, truth against lies and historical revisionism, and spaces of freedom against institutional complicity.”
“I don’t want others to suffer the same fate as that of my son.”
“We need to continue organizing contractual workers, especially now that there have been favorable decisions released under Duterte which he just failed to implement.”
By DEE AYROSO
Manang Caring helped organize the United Abrenians in Hongkong in 1990 and ATIS-HK (Abra Tinguian Ilocano Society – Hong Kong) in 1992.